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Introducing Beem

In a twittered conversation with Kerl Haslam, CEO of Mobile Sense, he mentioned their new payment service Beem.  I didn’t know it, so over to Kerl to make amends…

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Beem is Mobile Sense’s first mobile payment solution to be brought to market, making mobile payments a cost effective reality. Beem provides users with the ability to quickly and securely transfer cash from one place to another, all via text. Beem merchants can also receive payments for their goods and services all via Beem.

Beem is entirely geared towards customer satisfaction and has simplicity, convenience and ease of use all at the core of its offering. Today Beem is bank independent, network independent, handset independent, age independent and location independent, meaning users can use it anytime, anywhere and at any age. Beem provides subscribers with complete control and accessibility to their cash and can be used 24 hours a day, seven days a week in any country. Transfers come into effect immediately, meaning funds can be accessed and spent upon delivery. In addition, all expenditure can be tracked by users.

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Thanks Kerl – I’m looking forward to trying the service out!

By Ben Smith

Ben is an expert on enterprise mobility and wireless data products. He has been a regular contributor to Mobile Industry Review since 2007 and is also editor of Wireless Worker.

5 replies on “Introducing Beem”

I was at the launch event for BEEM some weeks back .

I used and tried out the service to much delight and wonder and must admit it has great potential.

Am looking forward to seeing more on the service, more customers and greater people using it in the future

I was at the launch event for BEEM some weeks back .

I used and tried out the service to much delight and wonder and must admit it has great potential.

Am looking forward to seeing more on the service, more customers and greater people using it in the future

Does anybody know how many users Beem has active these days? Their blog has not been updated since last year … are they still in business or did their funding dry up in the economic meltdown?

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